It doesn’t matter who you are, if you’ve done something bad in form or fashion, Twitter will find a way to come for you. With this rise of call-out culture, especially on social media, people are starting to re-evaluate what this means.
Although the attacks President Trump executes are sometimes so blunt the situation can sound funny, it’s no laughing matter. The President of the United States is attempting to keep the media from doing its job.
False sexual assault accusations not only an emotional and financial toll on those accused, but also work to discredit actual survivors of rape and sexual assault.
Wearing pieces such as “NEVER SOLD DOPE” and “END RAPE CULTURE” allows for support to those that could not voice these issue themselves. Now we are able to wear our beliefs.
The gubernatorial election in Georgia is coming up November 7. The candidates in this election — Stacey Abrams, Casey Cagle, and Brian Kemp, all come from similar backgrounds but have radically different personalities and political positions.
I’d heard about deportation and immigration, especially after president Trump’s controversial stance on immigration. “These aren’t people. These are animals” is what our 45th president said at the California Sanctuary State Roundtable in 2018. I was shocked that he would let those words fall out of his mouth.
VMC reporter Krystal White asked four high school students their thoughts on school shootings and what will make them feel safe at school.
While “Sorry to Bother You” is underdeveloped as a film, it’s brilliant as a social commentary dressed up in pleasing visuals.
VOX Media Café 2018 — the advanced version — brought together teens from past sessions and VOX’s school year. Here are a highlights from each day of the first week.
The Atlanta Brave New Voices team is here and ready for this year’s competition. Here’s what you need to know about this amazing group of five teens and what they plan to bring to the international slam poetry competition.